AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW

“It’s impossible to convey to somebody what the jungles of Gabon are like. I can tell you that they are endless and totally overpowering with almost no sign of human habitation, but no matter how much hyperbole I use, most people will never know what it feels like to take a boat trip down a forest-fringed river in Gabon until you do it. It’s simply insane. It’s beautiful and intimidating at the same time, but even more importantly it’s like a long and winding watery rainbow with a pot of fishing gold at the end where the river meets the sea.” Mc Coetzer on chasing tarpon in the jungles of Gabon. Read the full story in issue 11 of The Mission.

 

 

 

 

About the Author:

Tudor is the editor of The Mission Fly Fishing Magazine. A former staffer on GQ, Best Life and Men's Health magazines, he writes for a wide range of magazines. He also works on books, from ghostwriting memoirs to writing and editing best-selling cookbooks.

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  1. Platon October 6, 2018 at 11:30 am - Reply

    Great article!

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